Frequent flyer mile credit cards have been going out of style recently, and deservedly so. As many airlines have lost their customers trust by rapidly devaluing their frequent flyer programs, credit card issuers have begun offering more valuable travel rewards that aren’t tied to miles with a single airline. Chase and United hope to win back some of these cardholders with their new United℠ TravelBank Card.
How This Card Works
While being co-branded with United, this card doesn’t offer rewards in its MileagePlus frequent flyer program. Instead, you earn something called TravelBank cash. This is the equivalent of store credit that can be used to pay for any flight operated by United or United Express and purchased from United.com. When purchasing a ticket, you can even combine TravelBank cash with other forms of payment.
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